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अदण्ड

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  • Danda Shah Bilawal — Ghabid Stream Danda Shah Bilawal is a village in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located on the road between Peshawar and Islamabad. Danda Shah Bilawal is between Islamabad and Mianwali , Chashma, Dera Ismail Khan. Forty people took part in World War I,… …   Wikipedia

  • Daṇḍa — Le daṇḍa (Sanskrit en devanāgarī : दण्ड) est un signe de ponctuation (noté : | ) marquant la fin d une phrase ou la moitié d une stance[1]. Le double daṇḍa (« || ») est utilisé pour marquer la fin d une stance. Notes et… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dandâ — Les dandâ, dandî, dandiâ, câr ou châr sont des instruments de percussions de l Inde du nord. Ces Idiophones similaires à des claves sont surtout utilisés dans les danses de bâtons folkloriques où chaque danseur en est muni d une paire. Le kôlu,… …   Wikipédia en Français

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